Recipes

The essence of Indian cuisine lies in the aroma of spices blended together and added to enhance the flavor and nutritional value of each dish. Here we have tried not only to bring the local flavors of India but also the tastes from around the world.

Please contact us if you do not find your favorite recipe here or would like to share your special recipe.

 

Diwali (Deepawali) Recipes


Kaddu Ki sabzi Veg Makhanwala
Masala Kajoo Dahi Vada
Moong Dal Vada Meetha Khaja
Mawa Pinnie Mal Pua
Meethi Kachauri Badam Doodh
Kachumber Salad Poori

Navratri Special

Some common things to remember while making Navratri vrat bhojan.

  • No onion and garlic are used in the food during nine days

  • No chemical salt but only rock salt is used
    Fresh coriander, green chillies and ginger are used

  • Fruits, nuts, dry fruits, coconut, sugar, makhanna, and milk products like milk, yoghurt, cream and paneer are used

  • Flours used are -- Sighare ka atta, kotu ka atta, rajgiri ka atta, sabudana and arrowroot

  • Oil and ghee are used to cook food

  • Vegetables used are -- Potatoes, sweet potato, arbi (Colocasia) , raw banana, curry patta, lemon, water chestnut, suran (yam), rataloo, and raw papaya

  • Spices used are red chilies, cumin, black Jeera, turmeric, chhoti elaichi, saboot kali Mirch, khus khus and water melon seeds
     

Sabudana Vada Kachche Kele Ke Kofte
Arbi Laziz Rajasi Aloo
Fruit Raita Kotu Pakoda
Kotu Paratha Vrat Ke Chawal
Sabudana Kheer  

Karwa Chauth Special


Badam Poori Aloo Tikki
Aloo Chana Chat Mix Vegetable Curry
Jal Jeera Methi Praratha
Spicy Mix Dal  

Dussehra Special


Motichoor Ke Laddoo Lauki ka Raita
Malpua Sevai Payasam

 

 

Raita

 

Sabjis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Holi Special


Gujhia or Gujia Kanji Ke Vade
Thandai Thandai (Alternate Recipe)
Shakalpara Jal Jeera
MalPua Moong Dal Vada